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The AGR was an English automobile built by Ariel & General Repairs of Brixton between 1911 and 1915.
The company offered a 10/12 hp 1540 cc four-cylinder model based on the French Hurtu, a marque for which they were agents. The car was slightly longer than the Hurtu and the chassis price for this was £255 for the chassis or £315 with open four-seater coachwork.
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